Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Today we drove to the Vanderbilt mansion in Hyde park. This mansion was one of their smallest, a weekender really, although costing $2.25 miliion in the 1800s!. It was stunning. As they had no children, when they passed away the mansion was given to their niece. She tried to ...
... about Moses, we ate at a local establishment - Brooklyn Crab - and ceremoniously and conspicuously chomped on crustacean crudités collectively. Delicious! The 2nd floor dining area is completely open to the elements, and in the gloaming a strong wind was blowing shoreward from New York Bay, bringing with it mingled scents of the waterway and the larger ocean beyond, over which we are to travel this evening. Back to Irvington and, once again, the arms of Morpheus. End of Day ...
... 20am (sorry Dad. I owe you a cocktail. Or two. And some fudge).
A stressful afternoon to say the least trying to work out if I was actually booked on the flight (the link BA sent me was acting up). But after 3 phone calls to BA (all helpful, last guy most of all) everything was sorted. So now I have my boarding pass printed and my limo voucher (taxi...) printed. All good to go.
The researchers lunch was great as ever. Had a good chat with ...
... the subway or feeding the rats pizza...but on my walk back to Grand Central I did go over on my ankle and fall over on the crosswalk! Whoops! Whilst my poor little hand wasn't too happy, I did smile thinking "well I didn't jump onto the subway, but I have just fallen over on a crosswalk in busy Manhattan..." On the plus side I made it to my train with 7 minutes to spare and sat back for the next 50 minutes.
Caught up with Robin, ...
... event". It was pretty blustery in Irvington the night before my arrival (and as the turbulence felt suggested, it was still fairly windy today). This blustering wind has had the unfortunate effect of knocking the power out!
Thankfully I have all my devices charged and have very little use for them now that my sleepiness after the flight is catching up with me (oh how we rely on electricity these days...)
For some (or most!) it might not ...